David Remsen

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The concept of semantic tagging and its potential for semantic enhancements to taxonomic papers is outlined and illustrated by four exemplar papers published in the present issue of ZooKeys. The four papers were created in different ways: (i) written in Microsoft Word and submitted as non-tagged manuscript (doi: 10.3897/zookeys.50.504); (ii) generated from(More)
BACKGROUND Increasing the quantity and quality of data is a key goal of biodiversity informatics, leading to increased fitness for use in scientific research and beyond. This goal is impeded by a legacy of geographic locality descriptions associated with biodiversity records that are often heterogeneous and not in a map-ready format. The biodiversity(More)
The paper describes a pilot project to convert a conventional floristic checklist, written in a standard word processing program, into structured data in the Darwin Core Archive format. After peer-review and editorial acceptance, the final revised version of the checklist was converted into Darwin Core Archive by means of regular expressions and published(More)
Th e concept of semantic tagging and its potential for semantic enhancements to taxonomic papers is outlined and illustrated by four exemplar papers published in the present issue of ZooKeys. Th e four papers were created in diff erent ways: (i) written in Microsoft Word and submitted as non-tagged manuscript XML tagging and semantic enhancements were(More)
Pharmabase is designed to form a bridge between the molecular dimension of cell transport processes and the functional manipulation of the protein players. It has as its emphasis membrane transport and related pharmacology. Several search and navigation options are available, including membrane transport, disease, and a graphic interface arranged by pathway(More)
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